AFTER THIS CLASS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Know the Status of Any Image or Folder at a Glance
- Organize Projects with Ease
- Develop an Effective Keywording Strategy
- Find Images as Quickly as You can Think of Them
ABOUT BEN’S CLASS:
Relying solely on file names, folders and your memory is a formula for frustration. Learn to take full advantage of Lightroom Classic’s organization features so that finding a memorable image is just as fast and easy as performing a Google search. You’ll see how to transform seemingly simple features such as color labels into powerful organizational tools that will change the way you think about Lightroom. Then combine labels with keywords, smart collections and filtering and you’ll be amazed at how much more organized your photo archives can become. Ben will show you the standardized systems, tips & tricks and troubleshooting ideas he has developed by working with over 250,000 images over just shy of a decade and a half of working with Lightroom Classic.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:
- Anyone just getting started with Lightroom Classic that wants to do it right from the beginning so they can get the most out of the program
- Those who have a large archive of photos in Lightroom Classic and want to transform their current setup into something dramatically more organized
- Experienced Lightroom Classic users who want to ensure they know every tip and trick possible so they can be a true power user
Adobe Lightroom Classic 11.0
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
As a photographer, Ben Willmore has shot in all 50 states and explored over 80 countries. He has been pushing Photoshop and Lightroom Classic to their limits since the beginning. Ben is part of a select group of non-employees that Adobe trusts with pre-release beta versions of their software so he can have a voice in the future direction of their software. He has written more than a dozen books on digital imaging that have been translated into 9 languages, has written over 100 articles for major magazines, and was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame. He has been a featured speaker at events on all seven continents where he has taught well over 100,000 people.